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Male reticulated giraffe calf Kendi at the Indianapolis Zoo.

Source: (Photo by Melanie Laurendine/Indianapolis Zoo.)

INDIANAPOLIS — In honor of Earth Day, the Indianapolis Zoo is encouraging you to visit…and recycle your old technology while you’re at it.

This Spring’s Power Recycling Day will be held Saturday, April 22nd, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Here, you can drop off electronics to be recycled.  For the first time, you can also shred documents for $5/bag and dispose of any unused/unwanted prescriptions for free.

Continue reading for a list of electronic items that will be accepted.

And, if you visit the Zoo on April 22nd, you can also get a deal on tickets.  Entry will be 50% off in honor of the Earth Day Celebration Day.  There will be four Celebration Days throughout the year.

Get tickets at indianapoliszoo.com.

Indianapolis Zoo Public Relations

Source: Indianapolis Zoo Public Relations / other

Accepted Electronics Include:

*Please Note*: Smaller items will be collected for free, but you will have to pay $20 if you plan to recycle TVs, screens, and monitors.

Computers

Cell Phones

Tablets

Televisions

Monitors

VCR/DVD and Laserdisc Players

Batteries

Scanners, Copiers, Printers, and Cartridges

Fax Machines

Small Appliances

External Hard Drives

Keyboards

Charging Cables and Wiring

You can take all of these items to the South Lot by Harding Street.

Zuri the lion at the Indianapolis Zoo.

Source: (Photo by Carla Knapp/Indianapolis Zoo.)